Max Healthcare Foundation

CSR Overview

At Max Healthcare Foundation, our philosophy of prioritising social well-being of communities near our hospitals is deeply ingrained in our organisational values. We strive to create access to healthcare for all and support local communities by empowering them through initiatives in the areas of education, awareness about community health & hygiene and clinical support. We believe that by addressing the broader needs of society, we can create a positive impact beyond the confines of our healthcare facilities.

The Foundation believes in leaving no one behind as it moves forward. It focuses on including communities in healthcare awareness programmes, providing quality healthcare to economically weaker sections, fostering societal well-being, and equipping its people and partners to help realize aspirations responsibly. The Foundation seeks to bring focus to community welfare in:

  • Education
  • Skill Training
  • Water recharge & rejuvenation
  • Health awareness

CSR Initiatives

Max Medical Scholarship Programme

The Max Medical Scholarship Programme stands as a beacon of hope, with a resolute mission, to empower talented students hailing from economically weaker sections to realise their dreams of pursuing a medical education. In a nation where access to quality education remains a challenge for many, this scholarship emerges as a platform for deserving students to transform their aspirations into a tangible reality.

The scholarship forms will be available to students from economically weaker sections in esteemed government colleges, including AIIMS Delhi, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Medical College, Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Medical Sciences, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College, University College of Medical Sciences and North Delhi Municipal Corporation Medical College. The applications will be open for a 15-day window following the program’s announcement. This will be followed by selection process comprising of multiple stages including application review and shortlisting, interviews of shortlisted applicants and final selection basis submission of mandatory documents. The selection process for these 100 students is based on rigorous evaluation criteria prescribed and to be assessed by a jury from Max Healthcare Foundation...Read More

Max Skill Training for Sustainable Livelihoods

Our nation is teeming with potential—a diverse, vibrant population that presents both a unique challenge and an extraordinary opportunity. Millions of young individuals are yearning to upskill and contribute to the workforce. Simultaneously, various industries across sectors are grappling with escalating demands for skilled manpower. 

In this context, the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and the various Sector Skill Councils (SSCs), play a vital role in bridging the gap between what the industry demands and what the skilling requirements ought to be. The National Occupational Standard is one of the most significant contributions of NSDC to India’s skilling ecosystem – something that was made possible by the SSCs, which are national partnership organizations that bring together all the stakeholders – industry, labour and the academia. Till date, the NSDC Board has approved 36 Sector Skill Councils. There are over 600 Corporate Representatives in the Governing Councils of these SSCs.

The Max Healthcare Skill Training at Tihar Jail is India’s largest and the first ever instance of a corporate sector partnership for correctional reform in India. In FY 23-24, 1700 undertrials at Tihar Jail are learning new skills to forge a new future for themselves upon release and re-integrate into society. The ‘Food & Beverage Service Steward job role’ is certified by National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) and aligned with the guidelines of the Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill...Read More

Max Water Conservation Programme

We recognize that the quality of and access to water in our hospitals is key to the long-term viability of our infrastructure and business. Our hospitals require a substantial amount of water because of their scale, range of services, and number of patients served. We are conscious of our responsibility to use this scarce resource judiciously and deploy several interventions to reduce water use across our units. 

Our goal is to be 100% water neutral by March 2025. Towards that end our goal is to recharge 1 million kilolitres of water that we consume in our operations, on an annual basis. Towards this, we intend to recharge and develop water bodies in rural areas and the communities we serve in and around our hospitals. Additionally, it is necessary to implement an integrated natural wastewater treatment that can make water available for agriculture; which can be achieved by recharging bodies and mitigating water loss. 

As a responsible corporate citizen, we are committed to embracing sustainable water conservation, management practices in our operations and across our entire value chain.  We believe that by working with local communities in and around our operations, we will be able to augment water security and make a meaningful contribution towards conserving our...Read More

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